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Show them exactly who's been the talk of the trail with the Saucony® Women's Curve Crusader.
Nice for the price
I saw this bra in a local store, but they didn't have my size. When I saw it on swimoutlet at such a discount I had to have it. I wish I had done my homework on Saucony's sizing because it is too snug for running and it was not a returnable item. I have worn it to the gym, though, and it has worked out okay.
Salt Lake City, UT
Fit: Feels too small
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I needed something new for my more intense Insanity workouts, this is great; it's nice and tight but it has the adjustable back so I don't have to struggle getting it on overhead like with many other sports bras.
Fit: Feels true to size
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